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Daycation Palace of Gold in West Virginia on National Register of Historic Places


There’s gold in the rural hills of West Virginia.

Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold is a tourist attraction and part of the New Vrindaban Temple community, which houses more than 250 members of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON).

Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, the public are invited to visit, tour and learn more about the 2,200-acre nonprofit that welcomed more than 35,000 visitors last year.

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